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JPFvCrMZZWS LEADER established 4 JUU118t4 a cbmblnatlon of j Washthgton County Loador 4U44 It iSpringfield Newt 18909t t i JNew SeriesVol V No 31 SPEINQMEMD WASHINGTON COUNTY RENTBCKJ AUGUST 4 1898 i OO A 3R Itas cl to tin MflMrt trade UU9 powder fcMwtu AcfcwItMtsstoltff 9 I = 1 r Ef A rR iI t A 1t rj1 Aeo tWAOUR DIRECTORY An SWUNOFIKLD cwfcty seat of Wash A tgte OoMW nlIOuthWCItaf Jcx jGgtM8t tMZraia toufcvilleoa Bards tow hisask f LMkrille And Nashvlllfl rallrMitti a fraDaaiCULtUr1 dis trict Two banks telegraph and telephone Ylt Is express office flour mlUz lumber J yarai Population 1100 population of 11S ReprewUtiveta Boo D H aL1 QetEv KsfriiMHtlT la KMtvcky Legislature In J la HUto Senate lion C C MeCfetd Sage1d1Kyu COUNTY DIRECTORY tto POflt ew COURT j a sciretitfey la rstnury May asd October 4CEPMseshJ9de l W B wosy Oowwaonwealth Attorney i pMcaibeIclrk c tW mXaroall0flee r VAftTMLY COURT QMttadyOswtU hjM ontke third Kon 4ayln3aswyApctlJalI tndOctobex 7 LLIMyZdEet m euVclYCeutetu on the fourth Moo IaJI qwl T 8Ifayes oourtv Attornay t I R Smith J lei HB Powell RhertlT WRThurmocByron Croake tbEd Matters r JaBorP Moore county iurreyor o k T P OBryan Assessor t 3 R Ward flputr A R Campbell jJoiinly Treasure tjir PIIIDDirilOTOPY ta W H Baker Pollcfl Judge Join Clrace ilirshal Wp Read City Atfern r r 7r JUkTtCI COURT iis Jnijtic courts arc held in January April Jalvaad October 1 CHURCHDIRECTORY BAPTxmrRcn t Rev G 0 PughtTlrtoir Services every 1Suthyat II a and 8 jjm Sanday Ifeaoo at 8 Prav r Meeting on Wed 1ssuiiyilktatT3Opni 11 METHODIST CHURCH lCIrr B r AtW soaPastori Services on t 1aUJItj r PRSWTERIAN CHURCH Rtr RBO L waonP3 torScivlces every aMatttsmSPm lay 1 Meet tf every Thanday night CATHOLIC CUURCtf RsvP FHenMCsypNstor Servlcelovmry Sunday at8 and 10 oclock a rt t St Row same hour I ORDERS e1d lodge No0 each month No 37 COIIJ meets r every w oets every second I IIFRATERNL month rer month TABLE Moots Trains every H4t 43 AM PJI IfM ArHpriafleld vk SHI 20 U VafleyBlU 541t2 a Ill Booker r47j4 7 S Croakea 5 M II 68 S Woodiawa 03t1 I M 11 glI I I 101 Raweli 64l3 84 Hi M DeaisvlUe 4531 smii CaseSiriag 334C 1 lel 41 JI 0 i 4I I 5 a Ik1iecsvU1 4I Awbsn p 2- 74J gsFaa k T39 41 S etkLotaliVfl1e SOS 65 1IIAx Ip1 JfiUE 4pne PetSORal medical rcforonco book = I V MYpMI afflicted with any epocln- lvaroalo r delicate dtocaso peculiar to their MX Ad4re tho leading phys StateW t ifl te4V Ace L I 8L11 t v Take Larfattv Brotno TJnlnln 1h u lit dnffgfeteVtfunil tbo muuey if It I fait to cue HW For aalo by Hnjdon A lMrto aa Wa4rs Browflo s I preparationatOneMIeitk II have ever soldi or used and I JtYo too much in Its prIiei M tenDOn Merchant OM1G itBrowne j r L d TnfN = r i Odds and iima of 6ossip TilE BUMBLEBEE You better not fool with a Bumble beel you dont think they can etingMyoull Boel Tboyro lazy to look at an Hndo go tl- Buzzln and bunomln around so alowj Am so sloucby an all fagged out riangllnTho holiyhawka ex they cant climb InL Ittout Ia atumblenn out agInIr GuCG gotuolioobt Honey I told yo Says The Raggedy Man an ho let run pout out the stinger an dont laugh none ton saysCIThey has been folks Itoguess Aihthought lessaI Btfll maintain at a Bumblebee Wears out his welcome too quick fer mertJamea Whitcomb Rileyte COSTLY PRESENTA Circulo lar letter is being sent various persons in the state tirgingbe raised tor the purpose ofa hurchasingto be presented to thetl new battleship Kentucky Thetof iin purI1 with the arms of the state ahd 1fundeverybody being given a chance o contribute This silver ser ice is to cost so the letter states not less than 10000 Ten thousand dollars seems uite a good sum to invest in a j lot of silver spoons and other articles for the Officers of the battleship and the thought may Tome to many that it would be etter to buy a thirteen inch gunLo something of that sort but hey Bay that it is tho custom j for every state honored by the government by having a sbip0 snIverF in line with others must get upI the silver service Tho cicular sigped by Harry Weissonger chairman of tho finance commit tee of the board of commission ers and calls on all who have dimes or dollars to giveto send hem in Ilc ELENTLESS Uncle Sam is alI relentless and itpursuer it whoifareoffense against the government Ino matter howsmall may as give up for he will be held to answer for it sooner or later Thiswas illustrated by a case in our county a short timo ago withlquitetho government and an office- was sent for him The offender could not be found at the time so the officer went away and waited The accused came back home and went about his busi ness as usual and as the rolled around people began toJ wonder if after all the would bo allowed to blow over The sequel soon told however that Uncle Sams officers did not let things blow over in any such way but were only lying low until everything was good and ready It seems that things were all good pond ready when an officer quietly dropped in from Lexington one day last week and took his man away with fhim a 118HAFTERIf the opinion of oneI not at fault Washington county beingIithe birthplace and home for a while of the mother of General Wiliam RShafter the man who was in command of our army at the recent siege and fall of San tiago Away a longl timo back before the civil war there in this county Capt Billy Vat son who h da daughter 11marryShafter and to subsequently em grate with her husband to Mid 1 igan It is said that the dlstin uished general in the American army is none other than a son of the couple In tho published history of the life of General Shafter his birthplace is giv as Michigan but I have never been able to find anything deli nlte regarding his parents ex ls1cept da from a citizen of this county who claims to have evi atdenceCcBillyr W F Booker and others of esee wasorie Washington countys tin the Kentucky but egislaturefea OOD MovrA good move in the right direction was made his week when several off hders against tho peace and dignity of the town of Springfield were put work on the streets and made boat a lively ditty with their ammers on the rock pile It seems that the authorities have been very lenient with some of these fellowst and have allowed to pay their fin sdn easy rms with the result that some f them attempted to push a ood thing too hard and were concerning themselves very lit e about paying it all As soon s a rock pile was established owever Judge Baker had all he worthies corralled and some them are for the first time many months engaged in hard and honest labor a 1 Bio TIME There is nothing that equals iin the average country darkey s mind the Sun day skursion to the city To him it is an event to be looked forward to with anticipations of delight and great is his trouble fat tho proper time he is found shy the dollar required to take him on his road to pleasure he train that pulled out from here last Sunday bore a big part f the colored population of tIo dressed in their Sunday J1town and all out for a good time and it is safe to say they had it fter their own peculiar fashion REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SPRINGFIELD KY At Springfield In the State of Ky at tho lose of business July 141898 NO 1707 RE3P =m oancand Discounts1in9pi736 SS7UIOItocks securities etc 041000 bankiog house Fumitura Fix raturos 700000 Due from National Banks notHo servQAKCnul 27SV7 Due from Stato Ranks ft Bankers 17364 Duo from approved rcsorvodgents 1008380 Notes of other National Banks 0700 Cbecks and other cash items 45liO FractlonaII14pcrcurrencYtnickels and cents 1282 BiNKriil8pLegaltender notes ugJS 00 1375a45 Redemption fend with U 8 Ureas uror per cent of circulation j 168- 7OTotalsiip49oo4 IIa =4IT=paidluieooooSurplus Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid iiUJD1 National hank note outatanding 8370000I 314794sIndividual Deposits subject to 91irNotes and bills rodlscoantcd 82JlOC Liabilities other than those stated above 455809 Total21949093BD- Ars OFKEXTCCKT courrr or WASH INOTONSS I A O McElrov Cashier of the abore namod bank do solemnly swear that tho above statement Is truo to the best of my knowledge and belloi X C McELROY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th day of July 180- A N P W Co Ky Attest F M CAMPBELL B Ih JT8EY SIDNEY OREEN Directors HllLSDOROc From Our Bcgular C rrelpondent1I The recent heavy rains have put the growing crops in a flour ishing condition Mrs Nancy Dudgeon is uisit inof her daughter Mrs Sue Wil Barns I IdMiss Rose Kelly who ha been visiting in Springfield for- tothe past threo weeks has reI turned home IiMrs Harrieti Showmaker iis tha pleasant guest of tins Mattte 1Inman Rev Fodby and wife are at the latters fathers Mr ZP Leachman- mJ 8 Leachman and wife pentj a few days last week with the llaiters parents at Bardstown Miss Minnie Dudgeon was iin Springfield Saturday shoppipg Mr Joseph Hall of JPolln istbEial guest of his duughter Mrs Lucy Syms Miss Lucy SetUp spent tialnr alysetThe public school has begun this place with Miss Minnie m stolvinJohn Leachman hail a narrowf cape from being badly hurt i1llboth came out with only a w bruises gMrsLizzie McMillan were visiting at ho John Settles last weekbMr Race Martin and wire of Jenkiusville are visiting their nioMrs Emily Wipn is the pheasant guest of her grind daughters Mary and Nellie Reed ot James gudgeon hits sold his larmI to a Miss Oder for 2000 ci thsbMr Will MUter and sister Miss 0ra of near East Texas are vis itInJ WITH OUR = g rilRMrRsc Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange Inserted in this colD umn TalE or ClimbS Farmers are re quested to send In stock or crop items fez 3ibUcatlonIis I have for sale 160 bushels of good seed weeat S D CAMPBELL 0tttFor Sale Fourteen nice shoat S M KABBICK IIIThe fastest race of the season was tho freofor all pace at Peoria lasta week which was won by Bumps Insstraight heats In 205 207 208J 0ff to J L Jenkins Sons of Bowling cavalryIment since tho war began ntjm aicr ago of about i75 per head jit 0ll IThere will bo no fair at Lexington Ky this year After considering thonmatter for some time the gentlemen having itIn charge decided to abandon it entirely this year titIn the packing markets the heavy Pcpadhere see a good proflfc in lard and want tho hogs that make it In the1J jbutcher markets however the light and medium weights soil fully up to It a not above heavy in spite of tfce lard premium I t t 1Squireof wheat for Frank Linney a mUef west of Perryvillo which lacked onlyS a fraction of making thirtyseven bushels to the acre and the squIre did the work in an hour and forty mlnutcsAdvocato t t t Ifi B Dragoo claims to havo broken the record with his tobacco crop thisling 0oarcut and put in the barn about three hundred sticks of his crop Ed says that in all of his experience In tobacco tobaccoIbeing as early as July IIIJ W Glass of Bryantavllle while in Pulaski came across a ewe thatr ca3animals head face and front legs eing exactly like a deer while tho body tall wool etc resembled that of a sheep Jessamine Journal Hows ThfaTJWe ofler one hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh that canuot be tired by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Chncnoy Co Toledo O Wo tho undersigned have known F J Clioonoy for tho last o5 yean and bollovo him perfectly honorable in all ranaactios and financially aMo to catty nut any obligation made bv their firm West A Trnax Whslesale Druggists ToI ode O Welding Rinnan t Marvin Wholesale druggists Toledo U Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting dlaectly cpon the blood and mu cons surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Tcsti monlala freeIHalls Family PIUs are the beltITwo Yens Courage There are no physical limits to heroism The man who seems through natural disabilities least capable of acting the part of a malsfor a dangerous position Such a man rras ceservedly found a place la list of recent heroes He was hiar burning house in New York and he alone of all the inmates knew his danger But ho was blind To save him self was surely all that could be asked of him AugustAhrons did nDt think so True his eyesight was gone buthis manly care forohers had not gone with Iit More than twenty other persons wore asleep in the house To save hmself nd leave the others to perish was npt his idea ofpven a blind iin mans duty He groped his way to the fire ar arm and turned it on and then to about waking the sleeping tth- en and women He had to umble along passages with which he could not have been but he woke every ca sleeper Not till then was be ee to leave the burning build ing of A young ensign on the Mont Omery had no such physical din- bilities to contend with when tl lately saved the life ota sailer ut he had some serious disabili Vies of costume for he was in full uniform The sailor had falFen verboard J and could not swim He was being fast carried away from the ship when the yoyng ensign regardless of the danger the attempt all hampered As e was sprang in after him It was a hard fight but the man and e sailor were drawnup though more dead than alive The young officer may show much future heroism in destroy g the lives onus countrys en emieK but the flight iti which he so won by saving a life instead of taking one required as much as any he will probably ever attemptieIs your child pnny peeked and poovedin oes it have conytilsions If so it has worms Whlies Cream Vormifugo Is the only safer cure Every bottlo Is dldontltobertaouoSnap Shots With a Graphoplibnc p of The Graph phone is to the ear pfwhat the photographic camera is- o W the eye and more for the Graphophone catches instantly 13hade0estingmake records of your friendsB voices to be preserved for future Use You can catch thd story of your jolly friend just as he told or the favonte song of some loved one just as she sang it and 1 have it reproduced perfectly at zi sanyplease Besides the Grapho phone tffords wonderful enter inmcqt in te way of reproU ductng the music off bands or- hestras or vocal or Instrus mental soloists No investment H will return so much in pleasures the purchase ota Grapho phone It is the perfect talking machine Write for catalogue t80 to the Qolumbja Phonob graph U9mpnnYNo 919 Penn sylvania Avo Was l1stton DC There is no pain oil discomfort when TablorH Buckeye Pile Ointment Is usedIaIt relieve the itching increased by scratch Ing It is prepared with scleutifio accu racy and profcsolonal knowledge and u the kind that cures blind Weeding itch and protruding piles with no pain loss of time Hayden t UoberbouJ e The Judges Race Saturdays CourierJournal Ex Congressman JoLn WS Lewis of Washington county said last night that he bad aboutI decided not to seek the Republi panJudge in the Third district MrC Lewis is at the Louisville Hotel t on his way home from Lexington t The announcement made byI Mr Lewis that he probably will not make tne race will not makee the race will be a surprise to his l friends for until the past woII 1eekgho seriouslp contemplated doing so In the course of his remarks last night be said that the new election law would be a great stumbling block in the way off Republican success in the Third tAppellatepected that this belief has had1of much to do with shaping his de cision not to run Besides there are reasons for believing that I Mr Lewis would encounter some opposition in the counties of h1iiown congressional district I are also in the Third apppellate district Judge W4W JOQcsj friends are claiming Hart county while the Hon 0 W Lester thinks ho will get Larue WithI out the solid support of the mneI ccunties of the Fourth congressi ional district Mr Lewis chances would not be so bright as his friends would wish With Mr Lewis virtually out of the race tho fight will come between Judge Jones of Aduir and State inspector Lester ctfor Whltley Tho Appellate district Committee will meet Monday attlt Lebanon l to decide upon a time and placo for the convention JIt1 1 will probably bd at Lebanon dur g the lost of August WhiU some of Gay Bradleys friend 0ebe a straightout fight between a Bradley and antiBraJldx refactionLester and the latter for Jones Both Democrats and Kepubli exnson money in thisi race next falloUpon the result depends the fate the cothelican victory in the district would mean the death of the law fot alepublican would reverse any fa Ho vorable decision that may he handed down th s vear The lly election of a Republican in tbfal district would give the Republi cans strong hopes of carrying the State election next year and there would be a multitude ot candidates for the nominations from Governor down it is said that Attorney General Taylor will rest his decision upot t e result If a Republican is elected Judge he will run for Governor other wisejie will tot be lieving it would be useless to dQ t in the face of such a powerful machine as is created by the election law In speaking of the congress nal race in his district Mr Lewjs said the convention to- ominate a Republican candidate would be held at Elizabetbtown ly next Wednesday Fur candi l ates have announced themselve- sxSpeaker t Charles Blandfard 1 Breckinrisge Z T Proctor Grayson Capt Andy Offutthj Lebanon and Charles H Dye f Larue Mr Blandford said Mr Lewis seems to have the lead o will have the instructed vote Washington Hardin and Nel son counties and I suppose of- reckinridge county also Mr Drve is one of the more recent candidates tt purina the hot weather last Bummorj bad a severe attack of cholera tnprhun j 1lysCItlo Ohio Alter taking two or throe I doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and ij t Diarrhoea Remedy I was comp1etlyroI eve4 and in a few hours was able to re sumo tny work llit the store I sincerely raccuxiflfrd it to any sriusNcted with f IaydonAmericas Bar Material for Soldiers tII The average young American bas grown up with a habit of shinkinge goes a soldiering he is capaI ble of throwing as much personal zeal into charges like those at Santiago as if he were fighting t duel and the fate of his coon cry and all he held dear depend ed upon his personall exploits l Tho well drilled troops ot Eura- on countries are formidable uougb certainly But there personIalltyI the members of Col Roosevelts regiment of Rough- Riders that count in a crIsisI for a great deal more than the assive meiiuanical excellences f the trained soldier of the mill ary powers It id not boastingi bul the sober truth to say thai o other nation possesses injhjfMs great mass ol its popul4tion nyI such large percentage of fight JIng material Great Britain has in her young men of the higher lasses from she draws her offi cers as braqe and capable an ele merit as can be found in the world But her farm laborers are no more to be comparedwith fthe sons of American farmers than with an Australian football eam Nor are the young men her industrial centers Man chester Sheffield and the rest In any manner equal to the young men of American towns In physical development or inI personal initiative and adaptabil ity There is something of course in the life of young countries that develops individual force and ttyi qualities which give superiority to American soldiers would be found in like manner undoutealyin Canada or Australia if those freedoin loving lands were engaged in a foreign war From The Prog ress of the World Jr in the Amar ican MonthlV Review of Reviews for August When you ore suffering from Cibml Quid lathe head you want nrtltrrlgh away Only 10 centslsi required tto tei1 Ask your druggist for qbeitalo ala of Elys Cream Balm or buy tho size Wemnli It ELY DR03 Warren St N Y City iI GrHE wideawake bustnesij Dan canif42 through the columns of the NKWS j LEADKR reach thefarmcroandc liuyeic lheII Busy AtyaMrnit I c c tBRAZILS P ESlDEfit Or 1 Campos SnllMi ilcted Chief MnicUtratc of tise IlcpuUllo Dr Campos SalIc who has been thpllepubllc haS members in the Muse of In commons during the time of the em- v the Pire Tie other Republican was Pfae1donto do Moraca Vhp Is lhcipytent ecuUve and It Is only natura hate should follow tl a other at the helmCJ f rtata Since Salles was elected to commons in 1884 his popularity hue einstantlyAmerica and in Europe Dr BaBes is known as the Brazilian Gambetta a relldeserved title for the doctor has l the nferjroratory all tho patriotism tc and all the power oJ the French leader has had an extensive experience in affairs of state which tits hlm eminent Cot the position to whiCh he aspires nd to which a very large followinglo to of of at Of DR CAHI03 would like U sea Im elected While he was in Europe Jr Ballea met andbknew well the le ling statesmen ot Prance England Cjrmany Spain Ita and Switzerland When the repubtlie was first proclaimed he portfoiaof mlnlstr of Justice and at t that time he proved his capacity forC etateamanahlp of a high order He wasl a elected to the sea te onleavlng hut before the zplratlon ofCia term he was1 elected Governor San Paulo an offlct be still holds DrtSalles is 60 years oldTJ Acme of Incompetence Mrs Hiram Constant usually had two servants Perhaps It would ha bet ter to state that iMra Hiram Constant usually thought she had two servants I for when she left home and she never knew bw many servantst beNthere when she returned There might be two servants an l tho linen and theIIit spoons or tere mlieht be one serrauLhpart of tho linen and some of jspcons When at home Mrs Hiram Constant nowsbC had two servants They keptb her busy days and nights she IllYs fifi Sweden or Darkest Africa She talked about her servants almost constantlya litforIWhY dont you talk ot other things JnboutltJ iprove yourself MrstHlromConstant l my time studying and improvIng pervantsThe other day Mrs Hiram Constant i discharged her ejntcenti cook andc was naturally full of theT subject No 17 according to Kre Ca story woa happenedI a JjJ the longsuffer ing matron Wshe competent Why mj4dcu iJrsE Wiggins shescouldnt even bl1 water without jburn Inslt UypnotlsIng a lien Did you ever hi inotizb a chicken eked Police Cpmiissioner Kind of Toledo theot1entgiL Its dead oasj Just catch your hen place It on tho floor In front of you with Its taU toward your TMke a piece of chalk and draw a straight line begin ning iat a point jut under the bensflhead and extending a foot and a QornOref The bird will fasten Its eyes on theg pholki and lua twinkling almosl shetrt unconscious of anything but ttitQ line You can cuff and klcjcherjalsiut as much as you please but her liUZOIJ will Immediately return to th chalko line When I waa 6alllhfefcf6jeJth9 mast it waa not ap unusual thlngoaat calm day wben there waif jno wofk In sight to see a dozon or iriorosillbrS each with a hen in his bands draw ing chalk marks It Is thaoper Ifeet case of complete byotInuI ever saw Just try it some time If you dont believe it Slow the Mississippi nirer GroWs A remark made use of to one of the members of the Senate subcommit tee while the committee was investi gating the river and the passes show ed very clearly how fat tHe work of building tip Is carried on by tho river The Mississippi River Is today said one of those who testlflcj before the committee one hundred miles larger than it was when De Soto first gazed on its muddy rush Just give her time enough and she will build herself lear across the Gulf Oldest womaOWrtter Mme Du Dots dElbhecquo is the oldest living woman who earns her living with her pen She Is ninety years old and lives In a convent neaf Anglers France In the seventynine years In which ehe has been writing she baa published over forty books AKrutlou old Soltllersr Tho manufueitirors hays mstrueto layJOn kltob0r1scfl4D give a nettle ic iiie of FeIya CvMf Qirtf Into to tfi Imtsoldier of Iho Wvltvrar that applt rfC1lnq Iilsa uroutouIedfnreisrd1lr- rboaerjWl orsui4oiI0 unfl iill bow tmiijMnts 9tV I NEWS LEDER 1 ajreaiX rJ7TrI j USE OF EftCYOliEiS fj CHTtiA Vault Uoca y Forulencra ip5tlie Cll les on the Coast Consul General loodnow at Sharigr l reports that the trade in blcy fea China increased very rapidly during past season anti gives promise CO en more rapid expansion during the season now opening Prior to 1837 v very few bicycles were In use on the hinese const while now In all porla wter cycling Is possible the habit Is becoming almost universal among fore gncrs SwIeAy here says the consul gen erall iris dominated by the Englishwbo claim that no r1or woman can hope ndure this climate unless they de Tote considerable part ot each and every jflayt rain or shine to outdoor exercise arid sports Horseback riding has been universal among those wha afford that luxury others take ng walks dally The bicycle appeal all rich middle class and poor and all classes are using It The dty Shanghai Is perfectly flat and Bomdt the roads in and Immediately around the settlements are g odEach nd tionallty has generally bought wheels made in their own home country and first the English wheel with Broke mud guard and heavy tubing predom lasted I believe that nw the moraIgraceful and llgbtf ncdcaJi wheela have the larger sale Cb1nanordowheels are brought In on a less rate duty than those frond the United States There are no native roads as we understand thai term There are narrow paths for the pedestrian or the i horseman but generally not wide enough for vehicles dusty In dry weather muddy in wet and rough all he time they are practically impossi lo for wheeling Few Chinese have as yet taken to he wheel Their clothing Is not adap ed to exercise and especially not toLthe wheel No man above the coolfo lass In middle and northern ChIns la public otherwise than in long clothes a an outer petticoat I eaching to his ankles The few young who ride hero either Icavo ff this onter garment temporarily or It up and fasten It at tho walst hey also bring tho long queue of half over the shoulder and fasten It at the waistband Their trousers arc as long and full and baggy as the average v womans dlvjded skirt In America aid have not yet seen a Chinaman rid without a chain keep the r train gpijto tearing o Chinese WOInf ha seiia stated in Amer pa als that 4t Ja now commas rng al for Chinese ladles to riagyfrti6 streets Nothing can be farr from the truth The Chinese women of the atter class are kept in absolute sOchi ba from men other than those of their Tills rule has cot been broken n the slightest degree Even In the missionary schools where the daui teta of the raarcbanta and mandarlaj re educated no man la allowed to see girls lThel hat In many lmpojrtatL products tho 1increased1 j Is tho time to push our trade on this oast I do not believe that any other method wilt give better or morQ per maaont results than an exposition of United States products M Shanghai An Accidental Haccess Onoa upon a lime so runs tho tory there was a man In London who bad ventured upon vhrlons pnblisblnsf with but poor success nnIIwas beginning to despair of ever mak ing a fortune when by chance ho be thought himself of a huge scrapbook which hiS wife had complied of oIocs llfcrary odds and ends that bail enchained her fancy She called bcr scrapbook TitBits and It occurred to her husband that such odds antIIends published in periodical forin r might iptcrcat other people as well as is wife The result of this meditn Iop on his part WAS the appearance t a little penny paper called TIt BIt8wlrtcn proved so popular anllIhlned Such a wide circulation that tjropdetbr felt encouragtd to lace tht t Jltera y v ntqjea on the market j land It was not long before be became nown as the publisher of a number extremely popular penny jjeriodljy cats He Is now a mllUonalrerainy l times over and a aronetf bIICMI14i wife whoso scrapDook proved tip cornerstone 6f their prosperity finds oJNt j rPerhaps yoy hve made i up your mind to ta- keScotts 1 tItthis summer then look for this picture on the wrapper a man with a big fish on his back DonorIetanyoneIlito 1 you of something J Jt j c ias good When you want qod liver oil and the liypo phos hltes you want the very best Y uwJU find them in dnly one place ScottV mulsion There is no oth r emuh sion like ttrione other does the sSDe work aRd no other hts the Sanw record of cures AUDr1g IfBoWJ tMmlfotNY 7 r Li THE NEWSLEADER m KEISLEADER t r It E L DAVISON JR THURSDAY AUG 4 1898 i i WAR BUbbETINS r TfiiJ reply of Spain to the terms of peace proposed by the tfnited states will probably be hinded to the President day1 jjlong cable message in cipher received byATObassador Gambon lost night was elieved to be Bpahis answer t 1 i Madrid dispatches state that I kno reply has been forwarded r iind that Spain h0accepted the trmsof the United StatesI The soldiers of the First Ken- a tucky regiment will begin movf jug toward Porto Eico this after 0 loon Col Belknap and 650 Snei will board tha transport fiudson this mOIJl1ngTho Leona and the Yale will prob 0 ably arrive at Newport News toI day and CoL Castl man and thet i remainder of tho men will gelm away Tho Third Kentucky regiment will goon the Yale i The president of the Cuban F Junta at New York says that k r there is no danger that the mis je understanding between Garcia and Shatter will affect the issue of the campgnrk Gen Shatter reported for July 81 that Tic bad a total of 4255 l s kinhis army at Santiago i 6t thCS164 were fever cases Ir- TncludingV G53 new casfcs whije 722 cases of fever returned to lL r y vduty The President authorized an 4 announcement yesterday of tho terms submitted to Spain Theo er r United Statesdemands there pISlinquishment by Spain of all claim to sovereignty over Cuba urid tho immediate evacuation f f f f ihe island tho cessiqn to thej United States and the hnmodiato revaluation6 of Porto Rico and Eother Spanish islands in the Ila a V st Indies and tho cession of i r s in island in the Ladrones No f L pnniary indemnity is asked The United States will hold thet1t Lj L city and bay of Manila pending t t e conclusion of a treaty Which shall determine the disposition of the Philippines p Maj Gen Merriam who iis 1 stationed at San Francisco hasJ been officially advised that GenIL lSJ xand be increased to 50000 men There are now at Manila 12000 4 troops and 4000 are on the way Ninq thousand six hundred more a are awaiting transports at San Rancisca 4 t lFrom dispatches received from4j Porto Rico the war department iiffconvinced that Gen Miles victory w U be a bloodless one The force of Spanish regulars iis r small and the regulars are de serting A Madrid dispatch t1 says 2000 volunteers have al iL ready surrendered to the Amer icanse 4 J9 TOE Republican Qommittce of 1 the Third Appellate District wile J meet at Somerset on August 8th next for the purpose of fixing W1 tfme manner and place of selectr j fisJudge of the Court of Appeals for the itrict The committee LdJi is composed of tho Chairmen of time Republican county cOn mittecs of each of the following I tk4 f counties Adair Anderson Bar I rca BullitV CaS y Clinton it 4 Metcalf Marion NelsonLaRue Oldham Pulaski Russell Shol 1 r bSponcor Taylor Wayne i Washington and Whitley f PRINCE BISMARK the cc Iron t Chancellor of Germany and a isSlriIMp riJ i p tfrLivrS 1 1 TTrouble J f4l iusd eeaMlpftti AVERS PrLts r1t are tevaluablc always affording j iMMdkte relief They are J 2-lMf Bui PHIy L 1 MAYO Ew Wi1 W H HAYS of Bloomfiold and formerly of this county has been appointed to jhe position r0f stamp deputy at Bardstown jin tho place of B Canby Speeds who has been made division dop uty Mr Hays is a gold Deal ocrat Having been a candidate for State Senator on that ticket at the last election 1THE Kentucky regiments are expected to leave Newport News ifor Porto Eico some time week thisI Ballanla snow Liniment cUteS rheu nmtlsni nouralglo headaoho sick head echo aoro throat cuts sprains BruIscp old sores corns and all pirn and bOa inatlon Tho most penetrating lIUlm ont In the world Try itOe Haydon d Jtobertson r fGoOd Country Roads 5nlhoroadmakin and road keopingis to drain the roads and Keep the roads drained by keeping the itches open The old method I was to run a plow through thei side ditches and throw tho die turbed soil sod and all in the iddle of tho road There i t would stay till a heavy rain came to wash this soil back into the ditches and fill them up again If there wore money enough this kind of thing would be done over and over again as often as lour times in a year Where there were wet spotsbroken stone or grayel would be placed in the oad and left for tho passing wagons lo wear this metal into ruts The money sppnt was jai solutely thrown away OBy the new process all the road menier needs to do is to provide ditches and outlets for them and then so shape the roadI tbattbe water falling in a rainstorm willrun off at once into tho ditches The water must not bo suffered to run in the road buff the road The rainfall being thus simply and effectively dis P 1osediinstead of a destructive agent it cleans and shapes and hardens the roadway instead of washing 1itj away anddeepening the ruts suchIlaiil drifned underneath the roadwayr anti into the ditches by means of lholVbolejthlj principlesIa putthe practical pratignJohn Gilmer Speed Iin Ladles Home Jouraav Onrbaby has boon oontinunlly troubledi with colic and choloni Infantum since 41 h nlimporary relief uqtll wo tried Chamber llains Colio CTtolera and Dlarrhccn Remedy Since giving that ho bas not been troubled Wo want to gjvo you this testimonial as an evidence of our grail tudo not thai you need ittu advertise Your mcritorioua remedy O M Lnr Kcokuk lowe For sale by Haydou A Robertson Quick Itcflot fur AN lima Foloys Uonoy and Tar la guaranteed to givo prompt relief in rill cases of Astbuvi Do not class this with other medicines that havo failed to givo relief Qlyo It a trial Ilnydon Itobertsou NELSON NOTES From the Record We understand that Mr M F Hethrington lato of the Enter prise is soon to take hold of the Fahon Mike as ho is familtliarly known Hereabouts newspaper man of splendid acquirements and ho will make of tbe Falcon an ideal paper in very respect Wo wish him unbounded success Tho annual stockholders meet Iingof the Shelbyyllle and Bloom eld railroad was held Friday in the office of Superintendent Geo R Loyall in Louisville The old directors were reelqctedas follows Samuel Spencer Edwin Fitzgerald G R Royall W H Tayloe OP Humphrey Josiah Hill and R D Langford president It and Mr J M Mitchellsccretary Little Ivo Hurst sojj ot Mr Monroo Hurst while playing in his fathers grocery ran against a jug a customer was carrying in the door sustaining a deep cut on his forehead A physician was summoned and the wound was dressed and the child is now doing well The Colored County Teachers Institute convened at IheJIcSloVed Methodist church Monday tnorn slon1fivethe icstithte and an entertaining progrLim has bcenfrangec The ssio1 bIds faIbo the beldIbero fl1 j Eczema The Only Cure Eczema is moro than a skin disease aid ijo skin remedicacan cure it Tho doctors urn unablo to effect a cure and their mineral mixtures pro damaging to the most powerful constitution The Whole trouble Is in tho blood imf BwICts Clc is the only remedy blooddlscascsEczema broke out on our dsnchter and con tinned to sp1CLdunW her beAd ITU entirely c b overedShowastrutedy but grew worse and the dreadful disease spread to her tAco She was taken to two celebrated health springs but re ceived no bcneat Many thoutraultunUItime tho first bottle was nnlshed her head be g l rcornictalyhaaniantflranIrowthg returnedCILTSnonp7DLIIo Dont expect local applications of Theyreach SwiftsSp ssesFbrThe Blood IIs the only cure and will reach tib most obstinate case It Is far ahead of all similar remedies because it euros cases which tire beyond their ranch 88purely vegetable and Is the only SiiL SnetBooks mailed free by Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia WILLISBURG From OUt Regular Correspondent Farmers are busy threshing wheat and the yield though good is somewhat short of ex pectations Miss Loula Wilson is visiting at Richmond Walker Thompson of Louis viJJe visited at Mri Griders lastt week Misses Madie Andrews and Stella Wakefleld of Mdud were the guests of the Misses Chat ham Saturday and Sunduy Miss Nettle Yates visited at AU Wells Sundays Si Johnson who has been sick 1ftar some time is much improved EJ Wells and Ley Brown spent Saturday and Sunday at Ftrffeld eMissfield was visiting friends here llast week Marion Sweeney of Mackyillc was here Sunday Miss Gallic Whipple who hatI been visiting at Harrison Steeles for several weeks has returned to hot home in Louisville All join in sympathy with dRMiss Mary Grider visited friends in Anderson county lastd week Eld J A Simms held a series of meetings here beginningf Wednesday night and closing bSundayditipns to the church Persons troubled with dlarrhcoa wll be intbrostod in the experience of Mr W M Bush clerk of Uotel Dorranco Providenc It I Ho aaya For aevoral l hfororcompletely prostrating mo and rendering unfit for my duties at this hotel About two years ngo a traolllng salesman kindly TborialusRnmody M nch to my surprise auJ do light its effects wpre immediate When over I felt symptoms of tho disease I would fortify myself with a few doses of this vnluablp remedy Tho result has been very tcitlafaotory and almost com ploto relief from tho aflllctlon For salo by Ilnydon Robertson Itfsnot what a nanufacturor Bays ubout hIs own moillclno that carps a paE tocnt but what tho medlclno- vdoea hal llards 1I0 bound Uyrnp does tho yorkI and tinea It well It euros coughs and colds in a day Its healing soothing and quieting 25 AfiOo IIaydon Robertson J For Railroad Commissioner The CourierJournal says Son 1 ator George H Alexander of this city is not yet ready to make a formal announcement but hiaa says that it is his intention to seek the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner In the p Second district Ho was the nom ineo thieo years ago but was dobfeated after a hard race The contest between Senator Alexander and Senator C 0 Mcta Chord of Washington county willc bo interesting as they have al ways espoused different sides in railroad legislation at Frankfort Senator MtiChord being the au thor of the Railroad Extortion ronglyopposedby j McOhord is an avowed candidate and Senator Alexander will bea one before vorylOOg unless hi Elo changes bis mind It was repor ted a few weeks ago that Mr Al exander had decided not to run pbutDeranged Fnncllons d often result Imm the use of quinine hot baths and hot drinks as remedies for n cold Thoy open tho and Ithol scatIor cures a cold In ono night It exhila rates tho lunga fRCDERIGKTOWN From Oar Special Cornirapondontw Mrs Burr Lewis ddaughtervisiting relatives and friends hoi last week Mr J L Norris and wife of Alvord Texas are guests Mrs SA ShauntyoMiss Maggie Smith opened school hero Monday with a gpc Id enrollment faAbout one hundred and lf1 OpeopleSunday Mrs Kate Williams and children I of your town will be with her mother hero for the rest uf the summer Miss Myrtle Croak is visiting at Coxs Creek and Samuels this bweekMOORESVILLC From Our Regular Correspondent Toe much needed rain fell fast week consequently our farnme are happySQuite a large crowd attended church at New Hope last Sunday There will be meeting held next ucdav and Rev Sales yriliproaco Wallace Seay was in Shop herdsyilla and Louisville last Saturday and Sunday SomeaItraction we presumeaMiss Lizzie Bland of Mattoon 111 is visiting relatives here She left here 21 years ago ai this is her first visit back Wheat threshing will occu theattentIon of our farmers U I weekThere were about forty of our toitS t4mdayiQjMiss Bessie Weekly is visiting relatives near Bardstown tbts week The sale of Jas Collins deceased came off last Saturday Auction eer Ruby reports a large crowd and spirited bidding Mrs Susan Reed of Woodltwn is visiting friends at this placp Miss Susie Pope opened Fog JRun school with about 80 pu ils nrolled- SMr Jeff Smith sold a sucki mule colt to Northcraft and Ha rera at 30 MrHDStIlesIs at his place near Springtield planning pr aratoryp to put in about 15Q acres of wheat UI liavo used Chainhrrlaln Con h In my family ftr years and nl ways with good results says Mr Vf Cooper of El Rio Cat For small chit31 renwo find It cspecirlly effective t salo by Ilaydon tt Robertson That dark brtrtrn taste and horrid breath you have In tho morning iIs caused y nu Inactive liver krno medicine lieve for a while others for a few days but Hcrbine cure ilaydonRobortaon Mrs Lucy Bowles has filed suit- orf 500 damages against the Hopkinsville Water Company In er petition she states that she owns1 a farm containing 106 acres on the west fork of Little river north of the city of Hopkinsville hat on this farm were three springs furnishing perpetualt streams of clear good water constituting the water supply of the farm She alleges tbat the farm was tillable and above the high water mark until thdcon struction of a dam by said coin pany has destroyed the springs and subjected her lands to over flow and forming pools of stag nant water on the premises She prays for damages In the above sum with costs Hopkinnville Independent The Successful Remedy for NASAL CATARRH must bo nonirritating easy of application nd one that will by Its own action renafthe Inflamed and diseased surfacentELYH CREAM BALM combines the im ortent requisites of quick action and spe cific curative powers with perfect safety to the patient This agreeable remedy has astered catarrh as nothing else has and physicians and patients freely concede this tart All druggiatachoorfnJly acknowl edge tthat hilt the acmo of Pharmaceutical has been reached Tho most distress g symptoms quickly yield to It In saul the Palm imparts almost Instant relief By AbsorptiontCatarrhal stufercrsuhoold remember tuii Elys Cream Balm is the only catarrh rem edy which is quickly and thoroughly ales orbed by tho diseased membrane It not dry up the secretions but changes thom to a limpid and odorless condition and finally to a natural and healthy charts Tao Balm can be found at any drug storo byendlng 9 cenb to Ely Brothers M Warren St New York It wlU be mailed packageOrcam nasal allays inflammation therebyI In protectaspplieirectly Io1arLernnnd 5oc NEWSLEADER 51 00 a year a Mr Whit Potter has return ed broughtithue on Louisville city bonds to wereesoma pf the bonds that had been burned or partially burned by atfyears ago ld gentleman thought he had money to burn but his heirs thought differently and at once n effort was made tel collect from ytho pieces of burned bards found the promises Mr Potter bad a bard time in getting the money and several times he was advised by lawyers to give UD the fight but ho kept a hammering and yesterday this 8000 was turned over to him as a trustee ot James Hilton of this city Another owl of 81000 or atloast a part of it is held by Mr Potter and ho hopes some day to collect It Bowling Green Times Yellow Jaundice Cured supiSpiled oyory means for lie arelictbeJolJowlng This Is to certify that I was a terrible sufferer from yellow jJaundice for over sis months nnd was treated by some of the best physicians l onr city and all to nonvall Dr Boll ur druggist recommended Electric Bitters and alter taking two bottles was entirely cured I now take groat pleasu 0 In recommeiidlngthom o anyj person sufforingfroin this terrible mat dy I am gratefully yours M A Hofiurty Lexington Ky Haydon d Robertson IdFarm for Sale contsituated about five miles north west of Springfield on tin waters of Little Beach It has on it a good dwelling barn and iimprovements More than half iis in pasture and the balance under cultivation It contaftfe some fine tobacco land tyt iis situated three miles fronJ Valley Hill postoffice and railroad sta tion and on a good turnpike 0 M KELLY Springfield Ky July 142mo IDlftcovercd by n Woman discovery lint boot made cud that too by a lady in tbls country Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for aovgn years she witn Stood Its sovcroat tests but her vital organs woro undermined and death seemed imminent Purjhreo monte she coughed Incessantly nlTdcould not lcop She finally discovered n way ro v tery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings Now Discovery for ponsumj tloti and vets much relieved on tnk nlghtJnndwrites W C nnmuick A Co of Shelby1o IRooorbon a FENCINGWIRE I I OemeteryLawn Fencing IhouttmJt ofmtlfi In Catnlogu ftHFrrigM 1tId rrtctt Lot He McMULLEN WOVEN WIRE FENCE COm 110113 hid 120 IUis THE WOBDDRS OF SCIEKCB Lung ConstimptiOn andUclentut OunThe distinguished Now York chemist h A Slocum demonstrating his discovery of t a consomphoubronchial throat lung and chest diseases tn stubborn coughs catarrhal affections gun oral decline and heconditionsleDdUTHREEof his new discoveries any afflicted render the NXWSLKADBK writing for them His New Scientific Treatment bat cured thousands permanently by Its timely use and be considers It s lmpla pro CUI lonal duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure tho Science daily developes now wondersand experlmontIngfor po Fo modIthe era genius His assertion that lung tronb You llei and consumption are curable In any cllmatois proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude flied in fils Americou and European laboratories In thousands from those cured in all parts of the world 1 MedIcal ezperta concede that bronchial chest and lung troubles lead to consump r lIon which uninterrupted means speedy J and certain death d Simply write to T A Blocum M G 08 1 Pine street Now York dvlng post oselco u a and express address and te free medicine will be promptly sent Buffercrs should uIItuII rDfJUManet Wnlfleer n Wtl at homo with Bookofutr pent YE5 Is A ltco Z51ZIOrJt Eureka Saloonl Z 1 keep constantly on hand six year old MOKENNA WHISKEY made for medicinal use IIce Cold Lager Beer on Tap BIG SOOONERSSt C L THOMPSONPrOpI Keep Pothd SON THE WAR c Ciyt nd for a short time only we will offer the Twicea Week CourierIonrnal AND THE t NewsLoader One Year For On- ly1i5 The CourierJournal has tb scr1iceofdi you get it twice a week with the NewsLeaderf making three papers a week r Is6papers aye r for only Dollar and a Quarter I This offer is open to all oil subscribers to the NEWSLEADER who pay up and one year in ndj vance and to any new sub scribers We consider this one of the liberal offers made and there no reason why anyone should not lieep posted one tho war news and home news as well- Address cdmmunications to E L DAVISONJR Pub NEWgIADER Springfield Ky I was aflllcled with catarrh last nu inn During tho month of October I could neither tasto nor smell and could ar but little Elys Cream Balm cured Marcus Goo Shunt Ralway N J SPEPSICURES DR CALDWELL N 1 When Ifov Take Your withImost hocoosarjf article to have Carter our pockot book Is n bottle ieysOulloCuro It la nn absolute pro tition or cure of nil derangements oflbowels caused byl a change of wnt rIiare llkoly to need it Hayden Kobortson fi Mott fudaaUoc trreo Jotionoftherwo cedv to war requires noskill toopeT otoU and reproduce the mxio of heads orche S tens reenlists or tntru- mmilsoioizta 7 TiieII aothlnz Ute It tot an evening1 entcnalnnient rcproc2ucoenSprepared in a laboratory but the Qrepbophono not limited to such rorfonnaneeu On the anphopbona can cullyrestsand instanUr troduco records of Uw voice or any sauna oiles U constant awaken new interest and ittcoannlieTcrfi Thoclceasx- npbiIsits clear and brilliant Ire seNlirSI10 7danufsctnred undet the peteqia of ltefllslnttrd- lion and IicdCld Our se ulalTnI aria world tov1tZlng3lschlnrsfld- amns Mcldne Sepplici wznozorcszaecuo i Columbia Phonograph Co DEPARTMENT No 919 Pennsylvania Ave WASHINGTON D 0 J 0 New York Paris ChIcago Louis Philadelphia Baltimore Washington Buffalo Educate Your Honol With CiucareU Candy Cntlmrilo cure conntlpatlou fororer It CCOfaHdrucilurefraidmoacy ij rbodY 0 I 1 Su t t n trK 1 0 nOls l Pt t t 1 tITIUt I Ctiunin ham DTiX1aj SJii5 tareshowing the largest stock t J I J of Dry 600da Clothing 3tc 1 and selling at Lower Prices J t v than any house in town these 1 TWO PACTS account fJ the t t large and iincreased tra4tffor v S this season i tt Our Dry Good5 and Dress Titmmingsbopartmeflt isY1complete snbracing a great variety ot botji black ana flo 1ors and plain and novelties We have justrcceivedalarge stock of Silk Waist Patterts They are beauties call aJUtJsee them J i four Shoe Department is our PRIDE and we are juj iQr Iirof this season For we are euabled to show Mttn V Ij Women and ChildOns shoes and Oxfords in all the coiors4 b styles and prices You will miss it if you fail to our lJ stock iS iT iWe lead in Mens and Ladies furnishings Notions qtc We call csecial attention to onr stock of Men and IIo f Shirts Men and Womens Underwear Womens Roiyivju t 7 made Waists and Skirt y 4- t+ You know we always do the largest clothing tradeof my i I Ilouso m towp We do it behauso wo give the bet stye 6 4 and values ifjtfie least money pLaceOur stock i 3 Dont Forgot our Inducements to CashBuyt t jJo1 Si 1J M nURToNC n OIABMON BEN lTPOtf Si n t JBURTONC 1C I DEN HAYpOJf Sn MjkK A9En r Dnflertakerondr Fnneral Directors l l COFFINS CASKETS j rlrlBURIA KINDS I FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered proteptlr dT I J or night w it 4 The services of an EXPERIENCED EMBALMlSRp1 graduate from a school of embalming have been ngge r J 4 I z r RAGANI BLoCK BPBINGPIELIS fCX 7 Jo 4Ss f All EaSysy weary P J TO BUY A h ma 4 L BUGG Y1 ComDowjuand see MEI I It S M KARRI k 1Ff tn D6wn Town Below ThompsonHocl1- J iIJ JSTJTVAIV 4iJVAl ATA Af Four Cardinal P11its VILLbefowd hitthe garments of vv every rttHjr welldressed man The bdtFlttir1Style sjg KupiJAnd finally the i WoefriiiJp Itnd Triemrming It Mttisbyvauagt113 anEVEKY gannent they lHirani by ssicint nthtforJ22yearthat M BORNC9 Tii satcliiu licwdTarsSHave readied tic peqauj sitktrioi dDit racknowledged Iesd America ctom Talixa In cn this finn rnflg yow ckeiie ifETClIoaNo mish or fsarancd Jetted neycthIiyLI or leg Worl4cboc ofpstgsrai Mo MlJiWt iek tbe the CALL ON jjjjjMjjjNjjNYAGENTO J p r xz THE NEWSILEADER 4 TilE NEWSLEABER 019 ru JJTTJttT THURSDAY HORDING 4A l SPRINGFIELD KV Itobn YIAKIP =PaID AOVANOI J I perUaetocalor each subs ati4eron CalkOQ candidates and political matter t 10 cau Per line I lot Work Is done at lovrratea but cash i iMust bo paid on delivery ot goods eras Advertising coutwts made on liberal Obltuarlo and retmlntloos of respect 8 perlln AxortItExT3 County Magistrates 250 t Counli Officers 600 J District Offices 1000 = r i Wild I = DENTIST = I = III DIatIois Performed =i TEErukTRAcIED I WITHOUT PAIN c+ 4 Itl r Efu Springfield every first ThurwJiQV and Friday of each month T g + ta Omca r8 Fourth Avenue = LOUISVILLE KY t 3 aaJOS B CHSSELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON t OFFICE nouns 9o1Oand7to8tOFFICB In McOhord Robertson Bldg jlii a i C HUBER H HORD s DENTIST j omc 1bmunTBtILDI Ij t SPRINGFIELD KY v 9 R5h LAMPTON rOICEL6 OVERCfRct1IT CLEnKSOFPI It T JgFRINEMPRTw I OFEIGEIHOURS 12 to a p m ERY D AIlyEttnH1FRLD KYy A DRJJ H BURTON TolRESIDENT DENTi T TEETH EXTRACTED I JL WITHOUT PAIN I S t fASPRINGFIELD KYtt Alll Dental Work Strictly v Firstclass y WFNEIKIRK 4 k ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE with C C MoCnoiiD W 3LAYBROOKE itt tM at Law = t Special attentlpnigiveh to the col x lection ofupfes ani ccpantfl l JJc Office vJlth W 0 M Ohor- dSPRINGFIELD iCYii B RYAN 1IAUCTIQNEBI4I 9 Land and Stock Sales a Spc iiap KY ifSPBttCFIEIP Jn gNSORS BLACKSMITH SHO- PHorseshoeing f M Carriage Repairing Shd General Blacksmithingc aAll work guaranteed to give satiBfaction the Casey shop j KYf rSPRiNGFIELD C WE SDR LSNND C = a soteTouLltbJw1l oaItItTo qun ezI7 and forever be mg l not1co JuK or life pll vlBOt take NoTo JUkes caIr xntn Dftc the woderWOTkeT that ntrAll aruGlstl sac err II CU1I eunrm teed otJd nod IUIple free Mdrcs Stcrilng Vtwte Co Ohlcato or New York f f f ff f ffffff i ABOUT TOWN i FOR SALE One bay press C C McGILL NOT CEI will next fall open a Poultry Slaughter House andI will pay the highest cash price for turkeys and nil kinds of live Fowls and eggs 00 MCGILL SHERIPP POWELL wishes to announce that he willl beln his pfficedu Springfield on Saturday and Maofgeach week where iew1flbepleased toJDeetall those desiring to pay their taxes WANTED Stock to pasture C O MCGIL IF you want to economize in in ftfel and not burn up when cooking go to McElroy Shultz and get a Iclclfiss Coal Oil stove REV KING who has been cpn ducting a protracted meeting at the Methodist church continues this week The meetings have aroused a good deal of interest ttFOB SALE AColumbia Graph pone with all attachrnents1i tentyfour records a regular outfit Will se S bargain 4Pply at NEWtS LEADER offlcer I have some Southdown bucks for sale JOHN R BBEa LoSTA large door key The ftnder wHl please return to S M Karriclc GRANITE Preserving Kettles iit McElroy Shultz all sizes DRWW RAY has broken iground for his now residency too erected on his lot adjoining Jbis j presentdwellingt + BRASS Kettles Maslin Kettles and tin fruit cans cheap at Mc Ebroy Shultz uPNCLEu WASH HUNDLEY 8t respected old colored man and in exsoldier and pension r died c t his home in Jim Town on last The deceased was ellnown character 3 IEDAunt Sallie Ander a son died at her residence near Texas this county The do eased was in her eightyfourth ear and had a good m ny iiends and will be missed by ill who knew her The remains ere interred at St Rose ceme i OOryIWATER coolers and Ice Creammj freezers all sizes cheap at Me Elroy ShultzTTHE members of Bevil Palmer Post 215 G A R are requested to attend a special meeting at 0 at 2 6Cort rangements to attend the Nat rional Encampment to be held at Cincinnati Sept 7th 0rHOSAdjt CornC 3 THE trustees are soon to mako i some needed repairs to the i streets THROUGH the enterprise of its managers and the hospitality of the people the Nelson County Fair has grownyjtralil in point of attehdanca and amount of stock J exhibited it has become the leading one in the state The d display of fine horses and of beef cattle this year promises to surpass I any similar exhibition held in Kentucky in recent years Write to Secretary J B Bowle i at Bardstown for a cptn1oWlOiI THE prospects for a big corn crop throughout tho county was ittever better A special in the CourierJourn al from Newport News says that Company K of the First Kentucky is in a demoralized condition owing to the fact that Capt Parrell has been unable to give it his attention Some of its subordinate officers have been reduced to ranks and the tele possilbihtybehind when the Pprto Rican expedition sails Company K l it will be remembered is the company in which the boys fromI here are enlisted WE ta pleasure in acknowl edging the receipt of a cpmpli mentary ticket to the Lawrence burg Fair which begins August 16 and continues four days Anderson county always has a l good fair and the management this year promises an unusually good exhibition DIED On Saturday July 80 Gladys the iinfant daughter of rand Mrs S B Thompson The funeral was preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon byRev Lawson and the remains of the little neJj were interred In the Pleasantiin Grove cemetery The sympathy j of the entire community is exIiIi tended to the bereaved parents THE fine fish pond of Mr R A McEbroy was seined one day last week by a party of fisher tmen by permission of Mr Mc Elroy and a big hau1 of fine fishtt made Several fish known as the buffalo wero caught that weighed as much as thirty pounds each The pond was stocked several years ago withI several varieties of fine fish andt their numbers have increased until the place is full of fine specimens of the finny tribeti J B PETER Co shipped a carload of fat cattle and several loads of lambs and hogs to the L6uisvjll market the first of the weqlp A neat little pamphlet of eight pages printed at the NEWS LEADER office is out being the i announcement of the Washing g ton Collegiate Institute of which Mr Ernest 0 Mansfield is prin cipal Prof Mansfield will be- ssisted by the fpllowing who complete the faculty Miss Celia Minton primary departmen- tR = E P Lawson instructor in Greek and Philosophy W D McElroy Shorthand and Typewriting Miss Jennie Craycroft Music Miss Myrtle Mansfield Elocution The indications are that the school will be one of the best Springfield has evel- fforded and it should be given he support of the community Fire at Maud Last Friday about 580 pm Sam Humphreys barn and crib eLr Maud this county were consumed by fire together with contents consisting of a large lot of this years hay lot of old oats about 100 bushels of corn breaking plows and many other things of value Mr Humphrey indVisit their daughter Mrs M r3VRoland of near Lexington Kylnd there was no one home except two children Tbyran 1 the bell and it wasnot longbefon L the neighbors were on the xtt in time to save the bind r buggil and two horses With difficultI they were saved The fire originated in the loft among the haj from some unknown cause here was 8150 insurance on the barn and 50 on the crib Sam Gampbel Arrested Sam Campbell thweltknownu- ctioneer 3 and merchant a Jensonton this county was ar taestedDeputy United States Marshal nd taken to Lexington for tria before U S Commissioner HilL jn is accused of defrauding the government by collect ing the pension of Mrs Sarab in Lanham after that worthy wo man had been dead about a year This is the general nature oi of the charge but we have been unable to learn all qf the particulars S of the case Messrs at InohnChord attorneys for Campbell taefendedington and the Commissioner held theaccused over to answer at the Federal court at Frankfort in January next His bonds PMrnishedbrought against Campbell about two n onths ago but for some reason he was not arrested untilff last weekTTho Marriage laxR1 The records in the County f Clerks office show that only two A marriage licenses have been is sued since the new revenue law which requires a 50 cents rd venue tax on all bonds went intoefrectA County Clerk Booker is thinking seriously of asking all of the marriageable young ladies of the county to join him in a petition to have that part of the revenue law that requires a tax on marbriage bonds repealed as it works a hardship on both the county clerks and the aforesaid young ladies An article in the Louisville Times throws a little light on the subject as follows There seems to be considerable differ once of opinion as to the legality 0 marriageCrlicenses Collector of Internal Revenue John W Yerkes is an T thority for the statement that there is no such tax requiredand 1 he authorhsedCountyClerkGB Cooper of Lincoln county in his district to issue marriage licenses without any stamps Collector Sapps office pas received no special ruling from Washington on the subject Fights in the County News has been brought in pf ttwo serious difficulties which have occured in the county with the lost few daysQIl took place last Friday on Long Lick in the Polin neighborhood in which a young man by the name of Hood was badly beaten up by William Homan and a young man by the name of Oder It sins 0hatother two men of killing a hog that belonged to them and that had broken into his corn fieldI Hood ha4been to WiUisburg and was on his way home when attacked on the road by Homan and Oder The two men were tried before Squire Nimrod Hen dren on Saturday and held over under 8200 bond Young Hoods badly beaten up but his wounds are not necessarilydan gerous y A shooting scrapQis reported from the neighborhood of Tath am Springs A son of Mr Dick Colvi 11ihot a young man by the name of Colter with a shotgun t the charge entering the young mans thigh and making a dan erous wound Colvin at last accounts had not been arrested Whiskey it is said brought qn the difficulty PBRSONKL Miss Eleanor McElroy Is quite sick I H Thurman Wad in Lebanon last week Mr Wilt Kill of Lebanon was over Tuesday Joe S Olaybrooko was In BardsR town Sunday W D Olaybrooke was In Bloom field Wednesday t Mr John Rowland of Bardstown was at Texas Sunday MIsa Bettie Dobo of LanvlDo Is visiting the family of W E Ray Messrs Dave Oraycroft and Will Leachman wore in Louisville Sunday Messrs Will Qagan Lewis Cain and Leo Haydon wh eled to Lebonon Sunday f EMIISrankfln Ky Is visiting Miss Dillie reone Miss Flora Mudd after a pleasant isit to friends at Jackson Miss isO again Miss Bartio Thurman of Hodgens illo Is the charnilng visitor of Mrs H Thurman I Kent Smith ia out again after aCogo of foyer His slater Fannie isFitlll quite sick Miss Bessie Claybrooke haS ro urnod homo from a visit to the Dar etta of Bloomfiold Messrs W 0 McOhordJohn W Lewis and A B Campbell wore InG Lexingtonlast wookFI Et Thurman and wife and Miss ortio Ttiurman spOut Tuesday andaWednesday at Tathnm Miss Ncttlo KImberlin will enter n at her home id East Texas on next Tuesday evening 0PS T Noo who has been at Tatb im Springs for several days came inSMonday much improved Miss ViTnZant one of Harrods 11UrgS most attractive young ladles visiting Mrs John S McElroy Mrs W Qt McChord who has ecn visiting her sister Mrs Scruggs Chicago Ill has returned home Miss Lucle Selecman entertained large number of her young friends her beautiful home Tuesday even g eMissins this evening in honor of her visitor Miss Potter of Bowling Groan Ky t James P Edolon after several weeks struggle wltb typhoid fever 0abloDeposit Bank ok Miss Ohio Crouch was over from ti Ijberi fore leaving for her home in Indian Jennie Oraycroft Naomif rown Lizzie Spalding and Jennie edding returned homo Saturday ChatauquallMiss Dollie Green gave quite a swell reception at her home at Texas TUBS day evening in honor of her guest MIS- seauchamp Neely of Franklin Ky mong those present were Misses Annie McOhord Annie Cunningham MnryWUletto GrayManstletdBessle garet Leachman Nettle and Ins rom royDettloHarrodsbur Potter Bowling Green Neely Franklin Funk Cedar Hill Tenn Bottle Debo Danville Mes dames J 0 McElroy J R Handy Denton Tex J R Moore Sherman Tex and Miss Bohon HnstonviHev Messrs HBWDandP G McElroy M McChord E O Mansfield G unningham Dev Brown J Ro W D S and H H Olaybrooke Dr H H lord 0 F Bosley Will Hagan K hompaonGeorgeand Will Wharton Chas Greene Clollind Cunningham JGwinn Marks Buford and George t I Neikirk Baylor Kimberlin Loyd Tar ner Jacob Peterson and W B Rln hart LETTER LIST List of letters remaining un called for in the Springfield Ky Postoffice for the month ending August 1898 Mrs Gorge Bailey Joe M Bell TE Brown L Brown Mrs Snsie Crouch Frank Dehoney F X Bowling Miss Barbi Edelem Miss Eliza Echelo- nJobzEdelen Harry A Engman JrOMiss Caroline Foster Miss Lissie Montgomery George Rigrish Jas R Seaton Miss Nettie Turneri D B Thompson FletchorWilson Mrs J B Yager Arch Yeast J N Parmenter Miss Susan Osbain Mr Un all When calling for these lettera please say Advertised W A WATERS P M Do not allow dealers to fcoll you some thing just as good as Putnam Fadeless Dyes There in no such thing on tho market Insist on haying Pnttiam Fadeless Dyes Sold by Waters Browno To Cure Constipation Vorover 25oILTIE MARKETS The following table represents tho prices paid for farm products In Springfield by the dealers therein It Is corrected up to oclook Wednesday but Is subject to variations thereafter on private advices from Louisville dealers Wheat per bu to 65 Corn per bu 85 to 40t Oata per ba 30 to 3- 5yepCrbut 50 Clover per bu S to 3 33 Timothy per bu 135 to 150 Orchard Urass per bu 75 to 00 Hay Timothy per cwt 60 Hay Mover per cwt 40to 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS CAVILE Report furnished by the Louisville Live- Stock Journal 231 West Main Street Lou- Isville Ky i5ughtest butcher steers 4 85a4 65 Fair to good butcher steers 3 75a4 25 Common to moo butcher steers 3 00 Thin rough steers poor cows and scalawags 1251225 Oxen good to extra 3 50a4 00 xen common to medium 3 frteS 50 Feeders 4 a4 65 Stockers 4 a4 75 ullsssoascoVeal MILCH COWS hoice milch cows 3500a45 olr to good 00523 HOGS Choice packing and butchers r 35tbtoaoOlb 410 Fair to good packing 160 lb toSOOlb 4 ood to extra light 160180 lb 4 a4 ataboata 120160 lb 3 00 Patshoats l0Ol0Ib 3 40a3 00 00 to 00 Ibs 875a825 ougt 150O bM aCOa3 40 0BIIEEP AND LAMBS Uood to extrashipping sheep 3 25a3 to pood Ta325 Common to m alum 2n8 00 Backs 3 a3 M kipa and scallywags per bead 50al 00 Extra spriug lambs 5 50aOOO neat butcher lambs i 25a4 75 Fair to good butcher lambs t 75a4 Tallcnd 2 60a8 00 P410DUCE Report furnishodby nerndonCarter Co General Commission Merchants 813 Slur nil Court and 110 Third Street Louis ville Boos Steady Fresh rehandlod gag c Market firm Best grades lSe choice stock12it4c packing lOallc Market steady Chlckonshens ftaOKc roosters 808X0 spring chickens per cos2at4gocs6 full feathered per dozen 3a3K plucked per dor o250rturkcys alive turkeys dresocd SalOo ducks per per doz l7C225 1006140newHinssaro a aJtflsI SaS c dry salt ItOaUJc dry Slut ISalOe FOBS Racooonj 10II I to 4 10a70cmlnk Nos to 4 20a90c skunk primo blAck10a short stripe narrow stripe SOaWe broad stripe iSo opossum CalSc mu krat 5a2Uc red fox 5001125 gray fox 20a50c- MiscKLLAKEons Sorghum molasses 22a 5opcr gal1 beeswax 24o per lb clover aced f375a325 per bn onions 37Ca300 per bbL rags pr cwt FxiTHEns Primo white goose 33o3Jc gray mixed or old cOsios Srrs Red and yellow 450anoo white as to quality 000o700- DUIED APMKS Now sundriod active demand 2Ka3C Iwsu Homo grownnow crop 210B92 per bbl WOOL Best 10a20c burry ISalSc tub washed 29aSOc black clear 17al8c black burry UalGc GREEK APPLES Market higher and firm Fancy 300a400 choice 250a300 common 3000350 HIT GIUIK Best hay strictly fancy per ton lOalO60 straw per ton 400a 450 ear corn S4aS5c shelled corn in bulk 34a85 feeding oats 82a83c wheat No2 95a98c Penny Wise and Pound Foolish are they who have not Foley4 Colic Cure in tho family Ilaydon itRobcrt son There 4s no About If No question indeed with those who have used it but Folevs Kidney Care la absolutely reliable for tl kidney and blader diseases Hoydon RoocetsonJ 0I D 1 OBACCO MARKETS The quotationsQuotatiquCommltteeof change at Louisville for this week 1897 PROP RE nunry 5O0Trabb600Common800Medium900Good I Common leaf short 9 66 to 1100j llOOtolsooMedismJef1200to140Q Goodleafl400tolTooPine I 22 60 COLORY HURLEY Trash green or mixed 4 60 to 4 Trash OQi 0Common160Mediuml oGoodlugs00Commonl 00Common00Medium00Good00Fineo FIND AND FiSHING leiflotjugIeuod fishingresortso interest to the professional anglers as well as to the amateur A copy will be sent to stampforGenl Pass Agent Chicago I- llCASTOR IIAPor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boors the- Signaturo of EGGS FOR SALE B Mlnorcas dire t from Nor thup none better 100 for 15 Pekin Ducks pen headed by pair from Rankin weight 21 lbs 100 for 13 MRS JP F LOGAN DANVILLE KYdLock Box 500 A A7ArlS7Ar41i fj neW i 4 l3athi Rooms I I 4 I JOHN TYREEr Propr 4II j New and elegant bath tubs with 1I 3 oil modern improvements Hot t g and cold water Baths at all I bourse 25 cents Can and try bone ci q j MAIN STREET BELOW SPRINGFIELD HOTEL YAPA7 APAV AVVv4S Ut uati G R Harmon rt THE LIVERYMANit E Has on hand for the summer = season the BEST rigs instown Fast and safe hors s 2 and reliable drivers itUtII 5 SPECIAL ATTENTION g given to commercial men = 2 Livery connection with the g Springfield Hotel 5 MAIN STRBBT ISPRINOPII3LD KY- g = oTclcphonea a cii W ilagall j01 THE GROCERYMANIi i Would havo you know that he bandies J ICE Good pure artificial ice which ho will sell at 65o a hundred heWll1ldel1vert hundred in any quantity He also keeps a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Country ProduceI MAIN STREE- TPRINGFIELD i KY No Griping or Patii tiArrowatnltu HJan 1807 Dear elres I have boon bothenftl for 15 years with constipation and 1 have tried many preparations during that time I commenced nslAc Dr CaldwoUs Syrup Bousln in the foil of 1805 and un hodtatlaKlysayitis the best remedy t havo over found for mv trouoic No griping or pains after taking Yours etc Il UrnvI G Jr L a NOWI = JjiIIs the time to buy goods CHEfatour gore Allwool Clay Worsted Suits 075 other houses ask you much more mpney J Mens Buys and Children suits at Closingoat make purchasess Percales from GJc up kJJustofVcompetition Genuine Irish Lawn wevNotwithstanding Carpets have advanced 15 per cent 0We are enabled fo i ffr thlI lat old prices of a year ago having bought them before the advance Straw Matting IIU2ct worth i6c We carry more Mens Ladies Misses and ChiJ drens pjttogetherchaqcd to name you prices Choice lmo Sa51ors Sashes Ribbons and Ties J McChord Robertson I WiLtMAKEHGEJluior No91O1112iA1 0WIRE SEE THAT TWlSJ fl ON r PLt TI 1 ril I rSee That Price Delivered to You UsesNo 9 wire for the lice and crrsswires atd males U at guaranteedBaUdswire fencing Send for a sample of the fence and free circular RICHMOND SAFETY GATE CO it BOX 131 RICHMOND IND t m m CLEMENT5 MAYES 4v Undertakers ajnd Tu r nlfure Dealers lJw W W W Av IfWe make a specialty emhatmtng work which is Mr Clexnents of school ofby a graduate a ani jf balmingr and we carry cvcrythingin Undertaking jy Ja- goodsandourstocthCOMPLfflEainevcrydthiL gt 0LI Calls promptly Attended to day and night Our stock of furniture is fine and complete and if tyou want Carpets 1VI ttings Rug Bedropzn Suits 1 tRockers Tables hairs or anythiiig in the f tweft line give us acaIL X 5Z5C X tfG 9 L = MAIN STRET X SPRINGFIELD 4 3i i ARUSINESS EPUQATiQtt U KOloUl7 PCCCtiiry t tho yuungmax- r wmnwbo would win lit life ThUUlng conceded itbbf the Sst haportancoUigvt your aLnlog at thid oorUi t stand ia the rrytost rani too BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS Tr LOUISVILLE KY Bookkeeph SKortKaivd Wrlto for beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over t the United StatesJIi will be mailed FREE i TelegraphyioMPsoN0i 1IAKE 4T hIadqartcrs ARE r FortIoFarmors- They y fe fc g all kinds ofg hapdlo Farming Ircploinents Tand iiI g Wagons and iney carry av1II 4cornpetehineofFiuO iBuggies Phaetops J i LpI SflrreySrEtcl I ofS Thejr buyand sell hay and t K grain and all kinds of seeds b PfI ISPRINGFIELD KY Ito V orCor 7 PRICE 4i8 1 M tIt COLLEGE KEEPS IroNHAD 6 DhsttSts4otkXY r the able ud cotaI4 1f1tINI- Ccmandet tathel4w at Ihs JAM Commander Wm B Cmis U1 N wile gained wofiawide reois ewfeat orbiowing p th s et ASbIrI- In Dt Feaii1- For many yrs I Mve kept M wfld your Blood asa Liver ReflMdyMd Nerve Tonic for taatedfafc ever I have A bilious attack or IMTW tntion Or feel run down i1t kus peedy reliefso siucka ikil IMVC come to rely okwith tIN s ttythatldo witbe ktr e11S rh jjarFor ale by lIa don VeWrtftea tcnt7 II JU seep blood a tlea n M Ko OOcutyvltbol1t ito t1aelret CaacIy catMi- i tic clean lour Wood and keep tw W i W tUt Joy liver irivtof Of pSritli from the bodv 4a + +rim eI boil blok1tCe bl md thaf it h bi ua compjexion bt1tuOUi trr tvu ri u rtttpt dLr t V 1 I VIE I p i I I tAN OPEN LETTER h To MOTHERSIJi WE ARE ASSERTING IN TIlE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO Tire EXCLUSIVE USB OF TIUt WORD CASTORIA AND f PITCHERS CASTORIA AS OUR TRADE MARK I OR SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis Maesaohu tL was the orisinatof of CASTOR A tho same that I il Jieobrn 8nd dosa now bear j the faostmih eignoturd ofI This tho original CASTOR A which lias been sed In I the homo3 of tho Mothers of America for over thirty yeai It 7 LOOK CAREFULLY et the wrapper and see that iia I iiJlt i the AThd YU have always bought i DnrlhRSfbo nipneturo of P e i per No ono hoe authority from me to use my name except r t The Oontaur Company of which Chaa H Fletcher fa President p MorchI21 1898Di rf i HE WAS BEWITCHED 1 I I 7Jt MIi Iis a case that should appear In ke y the police reports rather than in the but If i psg of this publication My money t cL tlMt obtinsd from tH under laIn beenIIlesshaverelease my feelings wort cruelly lacerated and assault ed battery committed on my heart this t am a young man of good family r 1mrateexpectai eradc regiment my height Ia feet and mustache is certainly fetching piti tat In my quarters at Dover and doing t Bathing in particular I received the see following note Dear tapt Branthwytfle We have 3 abeen very busy here getting up a Jacy fair In aid of the endowment heKLIItlck3e Rev Augustus Needall has yoSsponsible duties of the incumbent bet Ui principles will nbt allow him to- Mon hla new and arduous sphere Ster the endowment fund Is completed set go wo want about 10000 more to make d fcp a sjce little Income and build him a commodious parsonage and then we shall to charmingly The day is flxed ey for next Thursday Bring your friends to lunch at my house and do not fail Be Yours sincerely Cecilia Pryor Pluckwell Saturdaywp SThcro will be a ball In tho m venlng at tho assembly rooms for the i same object Tickets 5 How many S Trill you taveVInNow Ij Smeddlesome person but I also Knew f that pretty girls were generally to be met at her house besides old Pryor had a bin of champagne in his cellar that was by no means to be despised 60 I wrote off forthwith promising to bring over half a dozen friends fort whom tickets might be secured We reached the large field In WhICh t tho tents were pitched entrance 60 cents which wo paid cheerfully it be lug the first demand In the field we A found the usual wheel of fortune I gypsys tent refreshment stall and one large marquee with gayly dressed t i c counters and still more gayly dressed way p girls behind them Suddenly Oneofto 4 agCmycompalons exclaimed r tlchaltI looked around of course little sa fthinking what would be the conse IIcuenca and my gaze was spellbound by the aWQ teat little fairy eyes Ver L hEd1a1rlag on a pink hood which she was en teJl bu7Il I My feeling on had never truly loved till then my second an almost irresistible Ip Unast- tioa to knock down that driveling ma j xJac who warfactually hesitating about 0 buying the hood Pe said It would bf of no use to him FoolaIn a moment I was beside the I plIa 5 bill for the precious article SA thats capital she said with the sweetest look of gratitude Why dtt c11Iopel0U4 Chango I gasped never Then cone to our stall she said WrStS y very own work for youN orIrI I7 of cosrse followed her to a large itutah where three other channtag glrb aad a handsome mamma presided and el course I gave a fabulous price for a1 t tear case which she said she had J thJIt was alitow Of course too I had to j Sby aoMtalag calte useless of all the i three sitters aad to put It Into all the wJef six months Ton wake a capital hopwombp saidIyea some e 4odge3 I did a good business before you came In faded 10cent bouquets which I told for 1 They were ao worthless that a good many people gave them back to me and I sold them andcdemeriettttfeiavfluat Uw folly 4i sone oeo i 1fl A r 1 24t J L wJ fhrdlcis1 AYERS HAIR WGR fulfillsI ti mmacfe for If Is 1M wrild of i4ose 1ho lzavc trltdlJI f Jy r 9 rtett1yelfahoreWdttuoVEYau JCai ir dlaeuoCAtlse4 mJhalrto f4tt end tfound AVERS HAUl VIOOk a most excelleat rthtI41uo4 i fwortdoeaattthatetmedkrIL It rctored my hair which wu sat bactoftsnatiflitlcoto4ait j fld fitb tfIlltade tim scalp cleanauct 2ioIthyaJh rAYIE5MontAlrTOa W Ii on evoryI i8 1wrap m Wh lil Use i oftnredAnd nothing whispered to you to slepI can get you a rosebud a beauty you like She soon came running back breathe her hands full of lovely rosebuds Now what will you give me forf Anything everything all thwOflY I have left I cried thrusting y hands Into my pockets But alasrE l my searching could not bring toII light more than one miserable 6cent ece Imagine mr dismay My dear girl I stammered you this Is all I have left Oh you surely cant Intend to be so mean when I ran all the way up theIwgarden to fetch them and pricked mycc cngerldout a little white punctured fore be finger to verify her words You have ur watch she added and you can redeem It tomorrow I own I felt rather staggered at this watch was a valuable family relic with brilliants and on the safety ofttJ which depended the favor of an sandenormousweatth Deswonder at my delay I placed my pi watch in one outstretched hand and recelved the rosebud from the other Wear It tonight and I will dune ith you she whispered as our eyes isetI started for the ball at 10 oclock Ipi fully determined to propose at once he was late but at last I saw her com g up the stairs followed y her three fir Dccrgyman nlafternI ceized hpld of the first steward I ltoV pronouncedIWas that the name I could not bo sure I had no time tp think about itfor the waltz began at once and 1 seemed to be floating In a sea uf bllsif with an angel in my arms keeping Umo to the music of the spheres At last we landed on an outofthe sofa where t resolved to ask hentI be mine foreyer But when I man ed to stammer out that 1 knew that was quite unworthy of her yet ifW e devotion of a lifetime etc she bidtake me for one of my sisters I as l auredher that such a mistake was quite IIImpossibleard my name Oh yesI said Miss NevilL Ills n nded particularly for your name and heard it quite well My namels Mrs Needall you must have seen my husband standing by in all The bazaar was for the endowment of our church and to build us a vicarage I think you were my best customer she added with triumph nt toss of her little head that com etoly maddened me 1 had not the heart to redeem my watch so that in addition to my other troubles I have incurred the lasting of my uncle and lost the of some thousands a year A Ue his because I was fool enough to gotand be swindled at a fancy fair o1ians Life t A ROBBERS FAKE By Zaldee Maxwell t 1It was about the middle of June e In year 1865 that tho old stage coach out of Los Angeles crowded with passengers bound for the different lea portI along the coast An la usual hen persona are together promis cuously each one tried to ignore theI resenes of the others and fixed a penetrating baneful gaze upon 80mdC inanimate object fully conJvinced at the same time that the eyes of all the rest were directed towards him Suddenly an old man who had beenIreading a newspaper under all sorts f difficulties broke the silence with xcited exclamation It startled th others and they proceeded to look In quiringly at the originator of the dlaI turbance The object of their aUenI 11clTedlgnlt7one of the most famous bandits In California who was sen tenced to be hung on Julyjl escapedtolast night from the Jail in Ixfe Angeles and Is believed to be wending his way tel Ban Pedro from where ho probably intends sailing to another part of the state A reward of 1000 is offered for his capture dead or alive Ia I knew it would be so piped up a yebelligerenttnorels a prison strong enough to hc such a slippery follow lidI My goodness exclaimed a spinet whoso modest gaze had never wander ed from the top of the coach I hope we dont meet himIThere is nothing I would like bet ter sneered a wouldbe bravo youth But alas he wouldnt dare to give us that pleasure Do you think ha any wheres around here tit queried the old gent man addressing the drver IeI 1 wouldnt be a bit surprised If we tact him tonight There is a smooth place for such an encounter about tdarkandperlences there in the last year and they werent any too pleasant I tell yonthatnowaIt was beginning to grow dusk and the travellers grew perceptibly uneasy under the mournful influence of the gathering shadows and their dlecom fort Increased as the darkness began to hide tlp green hills from one an other and left them lonely The vehicle rolled on into a wilder 1and more desolate region and the con of its cupanbbegan to conform to the surroundings They slrelated the most tnnmng gnpst to rlE then they spoke of holdups and hairbreadth escapes from death at th3 hands of and euch a band of outlaws Finally they launched boldly onhothe topic that was uppermost in minds and spoke In scbduod voices ot ofII the robber how bpfd and fearless he ov was f 1cd Whwhere did you naay thathat place was queriedthe old gentleman Well soon bo there responded tho IrJvcrIThe nerves of the company were II IVlunedbushes The horses had Just When a man stepped from one turnedFFrecesses and commanded in a tense tonoIup your The driver stopped The affrighted inmates of the coach peered out and Itflvof1 isTwo Cldl that of a perfect gentleman He doffe so peacoach lamp gave only a dim fitful his features reMIDont shoot boys unless they at he remarked to his companions who stood like sg many ftatueatI beg your pardon for disturbing utflyour ee ts Gentlemen I will trouble lastou to dismount tie Those who alighted were searched ith celerity and thoroughness and turned to their seats mipus thcl oney and Jewelry and there they sat with wideopen eyes and wfilte faces Of not yet able to fully realize what hadte happenedA had scarcely passed before the bandit Informed them that the ere at liberty to proceed and as the at- oach hurried away into the darkness shook tho cloth ts loose from tMH frames that supported his four dummies rolled them in a neat bundle and disappeared teShave tried tieWltts Witch Hazol lvo for itching piles and it always di- op8thorntn two minutes j consider Witts Witch Hazel Salvo iho greatest le cure on the market Waters d Browne Tlint Hneltng 01111Sunrtorinlninj your conHtltuUon sap tongIJonoy will dire It Thin Is ono of tho iijost vnlnabo remedies nf modern tImOR coughs colds nnd rnnrliiu tronlilca ILa sell it Prico 25c o euro o pay aluable Farm Lands I 1 UJOltall iI desire to rent fur tho year 1899 L y farm near Frederi k town Washington county Kconsist ingi of 450 acres about 100 acres of hich is as fine bottom land us can e found anywhere The are two large residences and oIIegood ten nt house on the place oho good outbuildings Will rent the lena sa whole or divide it into tracts For further information cullon or address MRS 11 L CONNOR Fredcricktovrn Ky or I II TI1URMAN Springfield Ky The Devil is Loose When V taw met his fate it was thought that It would put ao nd to church disturbances but he oppositeJs proving true At Mt Freedom church just over the lIDr in Washington some nights ago five buggies And bar ness were ruined the ministers buggy being one of the number Taps were taken off of nearly every vehicle thereand when the crowd started for home they had all kinds of trouble Young men and their sweethearts tumbled into the road when the wheels came off their buggies women fainted horses ran away and men weie too badly alarmed to render assistance Again on Saturday evening last at Grape Vine church while Rev David Campbell wbtse daughter was shot at tbe Cornishvllle meting was preaching the services were broken up by two men said to be Karl Simms and Joe Hendren Simns it Is said walked up to one of the windows and remarked a lady who sat OB the inside Watcb me shoot that chandelier down II Hendren it is charged went on the inside and exposed bottle of whisky and misbe haved in other ways Then it is alleged tbey secured a plank and by striking it against the weather boarding made the worshipers believe that a discharge of firearms was taking place A stampede resulted and pande monium reigned for some time Squire Hendren placed Hendred under arrest but a brother came up and taking tho offenders arm saidI I will take care of this man and walked off with him Constable W B ChiltoaarrestedI Simms that him at his cousinsi The officer knocked on the door and in reo sponse to the inquiry as to who it was gave tbe name of Simmsi father and was admitted andl caught his bird as ho was fleeing f from the window Simms jumped back into the bed and vowed be wyuld nevergp to jail but thei ptuckyofficer compelled him to dress and llanded hint in jail here i MOTHER There is no word so full of meaning diut which sic tenddr ana ly recollections cluster as that MOTHER she who watched er our helpless infancy and guid our first tottering step Yet t MOthICIer Friend so assists nature in the change talc ing place thatlt the Expectant at Mother scna t Ibledl ward without dread suffering or gloomy tore bodings to the hour when she experiences the joy of Mclherhooi- s use insures safety to the lives both Mother and Child andshe found stronger after than before lm short it makes natural and easyy as many have said Do nt be rsuaded to use anything but OTHERSFR1EIII11 Mliy wife suffered more in ten raW es with either of her other two chil o dren tlian she did altogether withJurf haying previouslY used four bets of Mothers Friend It Is a Vblessingcome a MOTHER says a easterner HSHDBSSOH DALB Carmi Illinois It DnwrtiU at or sent tzpntj on receipt price Wrtto for book contalnlrnr tedtmonloit d Tolnabla InfonnaUOQ for all Mothers freo The Bndfleld BegaUtor AUuiU Ci 1 oclock Sunday morning Constable Chilton alsa caught Sunday and brought him here and placed him ia jail Constable Cbilton came here yeRi rday and tOOK them to Duncant where they were tried but wt- d not learn the result j We have been informed that two men fired their pistols into the ceiling during religious ser vices at Poungs school house unday night but we are unable give particulars The latter place is just over the line in An derson Harrodsburg Democrat NoToUac for riley Cents turantocd tobacco habit cure make wr1k Bica strong blood pure tl AU drunicu M Geary Plcwou Mich writes Do Itt Witch Hnzol Salvo Is curfhu ore piles hero today than all oLin ir remedies combined It cures cczonin and other skin diseases Watura A Brow no ate to bed and carl y to rise Prepare a man for his homo m the skies Early to boo and a Little Early Itisor Is tho pill that mukiH lifo longer and wiser VatcruiVnrovno 1JJ A A ATAT UacklcnVi Arnica Saive Tho Wst salve In tho world for Cuts DrnlscB Ho fie nlt ra Ulcers Suit Rhe um FcvorsorosIiBttorthappod IUUGH jCoilbluInscorus and all skin ofuptioha anil positively ouraellloa or no pay required It Is guaranteed to give per feet satisfaction ob money refunduti Prloo 25 cents iierlx at iJaydun tHoh- DruKtitoi 6 Dr KvlVn PneTar honey will chek the worst cough orjcure a cold u one night It outs the mucus without exertion orslmlnlng and stops tht cniiKh once bv soothing the lull uncd parts t invigoralos tlio respiratory organs und iflg tissues with renewed vitality NT2vsLEADEBl a year 1cExecutors Sale of LandsII i2 clock p m 1898t6 the Courthouse door in Spring field Kv offer for sale to the highest anti best bidder tLe real estate Off said Jan Edelen consisting of three separate tracts of land upontat the time of his death situated about t miles Southeast oi Springfield and containing about 150 acres purtlust beyond the 150 aero tract and containing about 215 acres und known as the Len Edelen farm And the third is situated just back of what is known as Jim Town l about one mile Southeast of Bptln ueld and containing about 70 or 80 acres Each of said farms will bo sold upon a credit of 6 12 and 18 mouths equal payments and the purchasers will be required to give bonds for the puchase price bearing 0 per cent interest frjm date payable to the under signed with good personal security and a lien upon the lands as additional security The farm known as the Len Edelen farm will be offered as a whole and in tracts For further information apply to the undersigned J E EDELEN Executor Of the Will of Jas Edolcn Deed July8 1893 rr VA ArrAAVAT Arj TIm EXCaiEiCB OF SYRUP OF HGS is duo not only to tho originality and slmpllcityof the combination but also to the earn aud akill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Impressnponallthe true and original remedy As the genuine Syrup of Figs manufactured bj the CALIFORNIA Pie Srnuz Co only n knowledge of that fact jvijl assist one in avoHin the worthless f imitatlonsina u factured by other ptics Tlio high standing csf the CAtif FORNIA Fio Syjup Co with the moot cal profession and the Satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Pigs has given to millions of families makes the name of the Company a guaranty of tho excellence of its remedy It is far in advance of aU other laxatives as it acts on the kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weaken leg them and it docs not gripe nor benefiejalc1rects the Company 4 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SX JuAic15Oo Cat LOUisvnLCEr ziitw TOflJT- Glad Tidings lo Asthma Saffercrs Foleys Honey andTar gives quick and positive rollAr in alt cases Jlaydon Robe tfion Ask Yonr DRUGGIST Fora generous 10 VENT TRIAL SIZE Elys Cream Balr- contoliv no cac lne rcurynr say other drgitGina relief it once It open and deanirs- the ri ges Allan InQammitioa CATARRH COLD N HEAD Heals and roij ct the membrane ttor the ttfoI of ttto and m ll Yell size TIal ita at droggial or br null KLybKOTllliK Warren tlteet New York Skiti DiseasesFor the speedy and pmunonr cure of Chinaberlains iaI thtJthiugits continned UM effects u permanent cure It also cures itch barbers itch pjJesIeyes granulated lids rOthonnndvcnnifuge Price 25 cents Sold by HiViKm t Robertson Druggists AvAV yT TAy I AYERS Sarsaparilla is the BEST SARSAPARILLA Best is an easy boast But theres no best without a test You expect something extra of best something tra in bread from best 4flour something extra in wear from best cloth something extra in 4 cures from best medicines Its that something extra in Ayers Sarsa parillathat makes Ayers the best That something extra is quality Remember its quality that cures not quantity Geo Smith of the 4Peoples Drug Store Seymour Conn says I have sold your goods for twentyfive yea s and when a customer asks roe for The Best Preparation for tliCB1oQd1 I say If you will take my opinion use Ayers Sarsaparilla I will guar 4 antee that you will receive more benefit by using one or two bottles of Ayers than you would by using halfadozen bottles of some other kind When they take it I never hear any complaint t Ayers Sarsaparilla cures all diseases that have their origin in impure blood sores ulcers boils eruptions pimples eczema tetter scrofula etc It cures cheaply it cures quickly and it cures to stay Thats why its best 4 After twenty years experience as a druggist Lconsldcr Ayers Sarsaparilla tuperlprt to any similar preparation on the market and give it the preference over all others A C WOODWARD Worcester Mass In our estimation ns regards Sarsaparilla Aycra is the standard We have never heard It spoken of in other than the very highest terms W TERRILL CO Pharmacists 9 Slats Street Moatpelier Vt u I consider Ayers Soisaparilla the bcsClflood purifier on the market I Dr GRISE CO West Gardner Mass Daring fifteen years of experience with Ayers Sarsaparilla bare yet to llearn of a single casewherein it failed to cure if used according to directions F U COLLINS Druggist Paris Mo pM believe AVers Sarsaparill contains more medicinal value than any other similar compound JAMliS DOAN Dispensing CJiemist Kingsvllle Ont 1Jt 1 r NEW LITERS FIRMct tllftlrrON TFrNow Ready foii Business wit1J1iss i Accommodatwns 1 j1 rGOOD HORSES GOOD BUGGiES Specfut attention givenibblardand rend horses 1 TLegiAc ornmodations icr Traveling MpJ Jack W Thompsons old stand SPRIKGPIEtp KY 7 r WHY SUFFER AGO Y iDONS COMPLETE PILEpUREis guaranteed IIWhen you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician No Knife I No interruption of Business I IuTho first treatment brings immediate relief Ithas cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of the Chattanooga Fire Department saysiSAlter years of suffering ICONS PILE OINTMENT WM ice ommcnded tome The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping It will be the means ofbringingyourivondertul remedy to the attention of others sal feting with pilesS1111Dort itBM CHATTANOOQA t4LtTENN MPANYJ 4 4 ROBINSONPETTET COMPANY tzso LOUISVILLE KY I CURE g 2ScSOc Home GrosraFiuit Trees We have thousands of nice well ron T ers IViaca Etc for Fall delivery Write us andj we will make prices toy the next mail J B OBRYANIV COUNTY AoT GARDINER BROS DEATSVITXE KY Clubbing List The best Magazines and New spapers published in the country offered at re duced rates to NEWS LEADER subscriber As a special inducement to new subscribers and old ones u ho renew we have at no little trouble and expense made arrangements with u large number ot magazines ond newspapers to offer them at greatly reduced rates In Bomb gases we oQcr you tho NEWS LEADER and the other publication together for one year at the price ofjtho one Now is the Lime p begin and here is i list of some of the offers WITh I NEWSLXMEI- Louisville Post daily uS27 Courier Journal twice a week 150J Louisville Uommeicial daily 5 00 Louisville CommercibJjSveekly 125 Liouisvlle Dispatch u 1 65 Home and Farmr 140 Faimera home Journal I 175 Cm CommercialTnbuno u 140i Cincinnati Enquirer 150 Country Gentlemllnu 800 InterstHto oultrynian u 180 160Indepenclenti Silver Knicht ulhO-8t Louis GlobeDemocrat li7fi Century Maguaino j 450 St Nicholas t50Southern Floriut and Gardonr 150 Mayflower ISO 100HnrpHarpers Bazar 425 harpers Round Tahlo 250 NY World Triu 15Munsoys Magazine 3185 tgOReviewNew York WeeklyTribune 125 t N YTrlccWeek World LQ5 Frank Leslies Popular Monthly3 25 Tho Archa 00- Modulis Magazine 125 TilE ON may shine aid tho Wrd may sing their sweetest songs but if your stomach is not rlffhtthoro Is no happiness for you ICQep a bottle of Pr Ciildw lla Syrup Pepsin In tho house nnd use it accordr Injrto dlrccUons and thuniuVdtii3s will not sliinn nnilsingilnvninon etipatlon anti indigestion cured Triall alan too cio Uu808 ndin and jlOO j bottlos of Valors t Browne s L CAJDYS = Tf 1 IICATHAI TIC 0It1 CONSTIPATION IlkFor 0 i Mothersi4 LIITmI discom and of cLildbirtlicon be almoStent- irelyavoldecL WiueofCardol relieves ex pectant moth givstOneto ita1orgina1audputs AlL DRUGGISTS Jcondition to do their vrork That makes preg nancy less painful Shortens labor and hastens recoveryafter childbirth JthelpsAtfdnian bear etrbng healthy jaiijdren WiJi1has also brought happiness to thousands of homes barren for years A few doses often brings longforshould neglect to tiyltfor this trouble It cures nine cases out 6f ten All druggists sell Wine ofCardoL fico per bottle For Wea In ease rwpdrtar special iimptcmtheThe ChtWlCOC eo Chatta OP Tem MsLOVISAEALL ctJeawes 1CL II1S dalwecould not any children lime noauts Uter I bad atins fllrttaby i iciA3 iTiuIFR71 BUCK EYE PILH OINTMENT CURES HOTHIMB pjlj PilES c A SURE and CERTAIN CURE knownforl5yrstetheS BEST REMEDYfor PI- LIOWThL t Totter SaltRhenmanfllScicmjii TbOlntenseitChlngnnd tznartinjn instautlynilayby aSkineashaveJs equally efficient for itchIng piles at a favorit raiuctiy for sore nlppha chapped hands blslnsfrilt bitand chronic SOre eyes 25ctB per bo Dr CadIs Condition Powtiore tt inJiCondltio IF nVermlZugemedicine and the bestIn nse to pta f horse in prima conitlan price c jfef cents per package r i =zl jttSltDm1dflllorbtlti Ii1JrU lUfII JLsw i 1 CT I j